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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 5, 2010
  • 07:21 PM

ok so about 5 days ago i devolped a itchy red bumpey rash in my arpit, 2 days later it started on my right groin it then spread to my left groin, inside my legs up to my stomach and is still spreading, its very very itchy has red raised bumps after a day or so look like small pimples, it may be worth while to mention that the subsides as it spreads, altho the are remains itchy, the bumps and redness subside, please please helps this sucks so bad !!!

i have had no new sexual partnes, no flu like symptoms, no achs or pains, no headach, no fever, just itches like crazy!! also it feels prickly!!!!! when its not itchy!!!

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  • Hello...have you consulted your derma? if you are shy to consult, maybe you cna try this simple home remedy and see if it works for you...* Applying turmeric powder on almost any problem of the skin helps to heal the skin very well. You can simply sprinkle it or you can make a paste of turmeric powder and clarified butter. This can then be rubbed on and left to harden so that it falls off on its own. Turmeric powder has anti septic properties as well. This will help to arrest the spread of any infection. You can also apply plain, unflavored and unsweetened yogurt to any skin ailment. The live active bacteria in yogurt will feed off any germs or bacteria on your skin, thus helping with healing.:D
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